Dan Hearn wrote:
> Wayne: There were no photos with this post and I do not know if you have
> found what you are looking for. If not, I saw a simple answer to your
> problem on the internet somewhere a couple of months ago. Here it is:
> 1.Remove the nut which holds the crank handle. Replace it with a long
> available at the hardware stores. I dont know what it is called but it is
> piece of hex bar tapped on both ends and the same diameter as the original
> nut. The one I have is 1 3/4 long and tapped 3/8x16.
It's called a "coupling nut" and is sold to join threaded rods.
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